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2nd Winter Olympic Games,
3rd World Championship,
13th European Championship,
11. - 18.2.1928, St. Moritz, Switzerland

2nd Winter Olympic Games
  Group A GBR BEL FRA HUN GF:GA PTS
1. G. Britain Great Britain 1:0 2:3 7:3 10:6 4
2. Belgium 0:1 Belgique / België 3:1 3:2 6:4 4
3. France 3:2 1:3 France 2:0 6:5 4
4. Hungary 3:7 2:3 0:2 Magyarország 5:12 0
  Group B SWE CZE POL GF:GA PTS
1. Sweden Sverige 3:0 2:2 5:2 3
2. Czechoslovakia 0:3 Československo 3:2 3:5 2
3. Poland 2:2 2:3 Polska 4:5 1
  Group C SUI AUT GER GF:GA PTS
1. Switzerland Schweiz 4:4 1:0 5:4 3
2. Austria 4:4 Österreich 0:0 4:4 2
3. Germany 0:1 0:0 Deutschland 0:1 1

Canada was nominated into Final Group

  Final Group CAN SWE SUI GBR GF:GA PTS
1. Canada Canada 11:0 13:0 14:0 38:0 6
2. Sweden 0:11 Sverige 4:0 3:1 7:12 4
3. Switzerland 0:13 0:4 Schweiz 4:0 4:17 2
4. G. Britain 0:14 1:3 0:4 Great Britain 1:21 0

Ranking of European Championship

1. Sweden Sverige, 2. Switzerland Schweiz, 3. Great Britain Great Britain,
4. France France, Czechoslovakia Československo, Austria Österreich

Goal Scoring Leader: Hugh Plaxton & Dave Trottier (CAN) 3 Games - 12 Goals

Olympic Winners and World Champions: (Toronto Varxity Grads):
Ch. Delahay, F. Fisher, L. Hudson, N. Mueller, H. Plaxton, R. Plaxton,
J. Porter, F. Sullivan, J. Sullivan, R. Taylor, D. Trottier

European Champions:
N. Johansson, K. Sucksdorf - C. Abrahamsson, H, Johansson, W. Petersén, G. Johansson, B. Holmqvist,
S. Öberg, E. Karlsberg, B. Linde, E. Bergman, E. Larsson

Switzerland:
Ch. Fasel, A. Martignoni - L. Dufour, A. Geronimi, M. & G. Andreossi, F. Kraatz, H. Meng,
A. Morosami, R. Breiter, L. Ruedi, R. Torriani

Great Britain:
W. H. Brown, C. Caruthers, E. Caruthers, G. R. Cuthbert, B. Fawcett, F. Greenwood, S. Melland,
E. Rogers, B. Sexton, W. Speechley, V. Tait, C. Wylde

Czechoslovakia:
Peka, Řezáč - Pušbauer,Šroubek, Krásl -
Hromádka, Maleček, Steigenhöfer, Dorasil, Tožička, Lichnowski


10.2.1928 Finland entered into IIHF

In Slovenia was founded club HK Olimpija Ljublana


Österreich
Champion: Wiener EV


Československo
8.1.1928 was founded club AC Stadion České Budějovice present HC České Budějovice

Were founded moravian clubs BK Neměcký Brod, today HC Havlíčkův Brod,
SK HS Třebíč, SK Královo Pole Brno,
SK Baťa Zlín - today HC Zlín, SSK Vítkovice - today HC Vítkovice


Suomi
Champion: Viipurin Reipas

29.1.1928 Finland played first international match (Finland - Sweden 1:8)


Deutschland
Champion: Berliner SC


National Hockey League

 1. Montreal Canadiens      44 26  7 11 116: 48 59
 2. Montreal Maroons        44 24  6 14  96: 77 54
 3. Boston Bruins           44 20 11 13  77: 70 51
 4. Ottawa Senators         44 20 10 14  78: 57 50
 5. New York Rangers        44 19  9 16  94: 79 47
 6. Pittsburgh Pirates      44 19  8 17  67: 76 46
 7. Detroit Cougars         44 19  6 19  88: 79 44
 8. Toronto Maple Leafs     44 18  8 18  89: 88 44
 9. New York Americans      44 11  6 27  63:128 28
10. Chicago Blackhawks      44  7  3 34  68:134 17

Stanley Cup Winner: New York Rangers


Polska
Champion: AZS Warszawa


Romania
Champion: Hochei Club Roman Bucuresti


Sverige
Champion: IK Göta


Schweiz
Champion: HC Rosey Gstaad
Spengler Cup Winner: Berliner SC (Germany)